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June 8th, 2008, 08:09 AM
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Hey, im looking if you can help me again!

im stuck on how to resize a layer in an image. i have the size of canvas i want, but i need to resize a photo layer, it just seems to resize the whole thing!

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June 8th, 2008, 08:26 AM
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what programme are you using? I use cs3 extended and if i want to resize a photo, i click on the layer of the photo i want to re-seiz and i then press Ctrl and T, then a sort of box appears around the photo and you can drag it to your required size. When you have finished re-ssizing, double click anywhere in the inside of the box. Hope that makes sense
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